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Surviving Middle School

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Well sure maybe Middle School won't be so bad. I love elementary school and I'm not sure if I want to suffer from the things I have heard about from past Teens. They say that your friends will turn their back on you and that there will be a lot of drama. Mrs.Watson my 5th grade teacher was always so nice to me.
She treated me like a little angel and I always felt safe around her. If someone was ever rude or cruel to me, all I had to do was tell her and she would do something about it.
Today, as I walk into the doors of my new school I let out a big sigh of relief and told myself everything would be just fine. I always just kinda just shut everyone else out. I guess you could say I was just an outsider. I never felt like I belonged where I was. But, this year I was determined to change my reputation. I wanted friends, I wanted to know people, I want to be able to talk to someone.
So, I went in and I am immediately greeted by red-headed girl named Charlotte. She seemed friendly. I still wasn't sure If I should talk to her or not. What if she doesn't like me or thinks I'm weird. What if she thinks I'm stupid or retarded. But then again she might think I'm really cool and funny because quite honestly my whole life I've been told I have a great sense of humor. Mr. Lanchester my new principal handed me my schedule. All of the sudden Charlotte pops up behind me and says "OMG we have first period together, Mrs. Cook!" I just kinda acted super happy and jumped up and down with her, still unsure if I should trust her or not. I guess I'm kinda warming up to her but yet she is still really annoying!
I was really enjoying my first day so far, even though I didn't talk a lot today I think I am actually going to like this school. Maybe it won't be so bad after all.

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